Next Steps

What next steps do you need to take in your spiritual walk?

Are you wondering what the next steps in your spiritual life might need to be? Here are some resources we offer which can help you in your journey with Jesus.

Knowing Jesus

Knowing Jesus is the most important thing in our lives. He forgives us of our sins, he gives us a new lease on life, and he walks with us every day. If you would like to know Jesus, we’d invite you to call the church office. (See the home page for contact information.)

Here’s a great resource to help you learn about knowing Jesus.

If you’ve recently become acquainted with Jesus, please let us know! We’d love to help you learn what walking with Jesus is all about.


When a person accepts Jesus as Lord and Savior, the change happens in their heart. It is important to make the next step of baptism. Baptism is a public declaration of what God has done in your heart. If you know that Jesus has forgiven you of your sins and has given you new life, why not talk with Pastor about being baptized?

Grow Groups

Meeting together with other people, fellowshiping together, and studying the Word of God is a great way to grow in your faith. We have grow groups that meet on Sunday mornings for all age levels, from nursery through adults. We also have groups that meet during the week to grow together.

Grow groups start every fall and are a great way to spend time with other folks. Keep a watch here to see what groups will be starting and when they will start.

Bible Study

When it comes to knowing someone, to learn about them, you need to spend time with them. As we try to get acquainted with Jesus, we can get to know him by reading the Bible. Through the Bible, we can learn how much God loves us and hates sin. We can learn the ways in which God wants us to live. And we can know Jesus and, through the Bible, let Jesus know and speak to our hearts.

People often ask where to start reading the Bible. After all, there’s a lot there! It’s sixty-six books written by forty some authors over a period of 3,000 years on three continents! So, how do you begin?

A good place might be to read through the Gospel of John. (Gospel means “good news.”) It’s the fourth book in the New Testament and tells the story of who Jesus is through the eyes of one of his closest disciples.

We’d love to help you learn how to study the Bible. Talk with one of the pastoral staff, and we’ll get you started!

Don’t have a Bible? Check with the church office or one of the pastoral staff, and we’ll be glad to get you one. Or you might pick up a Bible app for your phone. Our favorite is the YouVersion. You can choose from a bunch of different Bible translations – our fav is the New Living Translation. And when you come to church, the event in the app will have all the Scriptures for the service, some notes about the sermon, and a place to take your own notes.


Prayer is how we can talk with God. We can share all our fears, cares, and joys with Him, and He will always listen.

Prayer doesn’t have to be hard or complicated. It doesn’t require any special words or lofty thoughts. Prayer is simply talking with God. If something concerns you, God would enjoy hearing about it.

Our church believes in the power of prayer. On Tuesdays at noon, the church auditorium is open for prayer and meditation. If you have prayer requests, you can contact the church office, and we will pray with you for God’s will.

Exploring Membership

Exploring Membership is a great place to learn about our Christian walk and the Church of the Nazarene. It is a requirement of anyone joining the church, but anyone wanting to know about the Church of the Nazarene is welcome!

We’ll look briefly at where the Church of the Nazarene came from and how we’re organized. But we’ll spend the most time on what we believe and where it can be found in Scripture.

Interested? Email today.